Butterflies Insects & Invertibrates Leaf Mantis Pioneer (Belenois aurota) Angled Castor Common Silverline (Spindasis vulcanus) Common Jezebel Giant Wood Spider - Female Snail Red Helen Painted Grasshopper Green Lynx Spider Jumping Spider (Telamonia Dimidiata-Male) Elephant Dung Beetle (Heliocopris bucephalus) Signature Spider Creobroter – C. gemmatus (Flower mantis) Crab Spider Myrmarachne plataleoides (Ant like - Jumping Spider) Stick Insect Ant Mantis (Odontomantis planiceps) Ant Mantis (Odontomantis planiceps) Ant Mantis (Odontomantis planiceps) Lynx Spider Lynx Spider Ichneumon Wasp ( Shot during resortstay near bannerghatta) Common Grass Yellow Common Gull-Side Common Gull -Top Common Perriot Crimson rose Green Bottle Fly Leaf Hopper - Eurybrachys tomentosa Millipede Plain Tiger Stink Bug (Euthyrhynchus Floridanus) Leucauge venusta Tetragnatha versicolor Grass Hopper Wasp Bug Crane Fly (Nephrotoma Suturalis Wulpian) Crane Fly (Nephrotoma Suturalis Wulpian) Dragon Fly - Closeup Fig Wasp entering Fig Jumping Spider Grasshopper Crane Fly Dung Beetel Cicada Cricket Damsel Fly Dragaon Fly Grasshopper Mating Hopper Mantis May Fly Pill Millipede Large Stick Insect Hopper Dart Lemon Pansy Wasp Mating in Air Common Evening Brown Tawny costers Mating Common Lineblue Chalciope mygdon Robberfly Grass Yellow Coming out of its pupa Common Mormon Orange Potter Wasp Glad-eye Bushbrown Stream Ruby - Male Wandering Glider (Pantala flavescens) Grey Pansy Thorn mimic hopper share on : Share this on Facebook Tweet about it Tell a friend 2 Responses to “Butterflies Insects & Invertibrates” satish says: January 30, 2012 at 7:50 am Hi… was really very impressed with all u r photos. I really appreciate your efforts. regards satish Reply Saandip Nandagudi says: January 31, 2012 at 11:15 am Hi. Thanks Satish for commenting & glad u liked it 🙂 .. Reply Leave a Reply to satish Cancel reply Your Comment Name (required) E-mail (required) URL Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.